WhatsApp, WeChat, Facebook Messenger, Instagram stories, and a plain old text message – those are just a few of the ways that marketers can reach today’s consumers. While there is no shortage of channels that a company can use, there is a major challenge – how can today’s marketers wade through the noise and communicate in a trustworthy, meaningful, and impactful way thatresonateswith consumers?
Retail banks need to get the message: Short message service (SMS) technology is a critical component of mobile customer engagement. The integration of SMS into the comprehensive mobile customer experience is something consumers want.
It’s no secret that our world is becoming increasingly connected. People, cars, robots, and various other machines responsible for connected devices are expected to reach the billions within the next few years. No surprise, then, that Internet of Things (IoT) connectivity implementation and adaptation is top of mind for both enterprises and operators.
The Internet of Things promises unprecedented connectivity among people, machines, and things—which comes as no surprise considering today’s technological landscape. However, to take advantage of this opportunity and to thrive in the IoT world, enterprises must plan and prepare for the challenges that accompany this vast opportunity, well before they arise.
The Internet of Things (IoT) holds incredible opportunities for businesses, their partners, and end users, and much of its promise hinges on connections that exchange data and automate processes without human intervention. Cellular connectivity plays a key role with nomadic devices enabling a wide range of IoT technology.